Review of The Natural Dissolution . . . in Electric Literature

John Domini reviewed The Natural Dissolution of Fleeting-Improvised-Men for Electric Literature, saying, 
Dissolution serves up a layer cake of terror and entrapment in which Lovecraft is merely the frosting. The novel follows the plan of Pale Fire, creating a text with commentary, and the author speaks from behind a doppelganger “Gabriel Blackwell,” impoverished by chasing a runaway girlfriend across the country to Providence.